The Guitar Lab DVD series employs a hands-on approach allowing students to play their way through the curriculum, rather than struggle through tedious theory and exercises. Features PIP (Picture in Pi... Click To Read More About This Product
The Guitar Lab DVD series employs a hands-on approach allowing students to play their way through the curriculum, rather than struggle through tedious theory and exercises. Features PIP (Picture in Picture) video, manual, standard notation, tab, power tab files, practice rhythm tracks and bonus material.
David Hamburger's 50 Jazz-Blues Guitar Licks You MUST Know cuts right to the chase, offering up some of the baddest, bopping-est, funkiest and bluesiest ways to navigate through any shuffle, boogaloo, minor blues, or jazz-blues chord changes. Hamburger digs deep into the '50s and '60s, when labels like Blue Note, Prestige, and Riverside were serving up the funky, down-home music of guitarists like Kenny Burrell, Grant Green, and Wes Montgomery, all of whom inspired some of the jazzed blues lickage in this collection.
David Hamburger has appeared at Merle Fest and the Kerrville and Philadelphia Folk Festivals, toured with Joan Baez and shared the stage with Dave Van Ronk, Jorma Kaukonen, Tony Trischka, Duke Robillard, Cindy Cashdollar and many others. His guitar, slide guitar and dobro playing can be heard on his solo albums Indigo Rose and David Hamburger Plays Blues, Ballads & a Pop Song and with the Grassy Knoll Boys on their debut CD, Buckeyed Rabbit. David is also a contributing editor to Acoustic Guitar and the author of several books, including the award-winning Beginning Blues Guitar and The Acoustic Guitar Method. He lives in Austin, Texas.
Text Lesson Guide
Power Tab Files
Power Tab Software
Practice Rhythm Tracks
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Comments about Emedia 50 Jazz-Blues Licks You Must Know DVD:
All of these 50 Licks series are top notch. They teach you in a way that is easy for intermediate and advanced players to learn and put to use right away. I find that they stimulate new ideas for playing and writing songs too. I highly recommend them.